In our ‘Professionals in Focus’ series, we speak to our Councillors about their roles, working lives and plans for their time on the Members Council. This month, Maria Engberg, Senior Lecturer at Malmö University, discusses building an interdisciplinary research environment and her enduring fascination with digital literature.
The Swedish National Museum of Science and Technology, or Tekniska museet, was one of the first cultural heritage institutions in Sweden to share their data through their national aggregator, and today, more than 128,000 of their objects are available on Europeana Collections. In this guest post, Larissa Borck of the Swedish National Heritage Board interviews Anders Lindeberg-Lindvet, curator at the Tekniska museet, to talk about the importance of openly-licensed content and contributing to Europeana’s Industrial Heritage collection and Europe at Work season.
The Europeana Common Culture project aims to improve the content from Europeana’s national aggregators, as well as support their collaboration and deliver a rich programme of events focused on building capacity in the cultural sector. In this guest post, Larissa Borck from theSwedish National Heritage Board - a Common Culture project partner - discusses their open-access webinar series, ‘Open GLAM now!’, which explores how museums and cultural heritage institutions can open up to audiences with the help of digital data and media.
Seventeen years of cinema movie programmes from Sweden's golden era of silent movies. More than 8.000 digitized playbills give insight into the leisure and culture of Sweden around the turn of the 20th century.
This dataset from the Nationalmuseum contains over 8000 paintings in the public domain from all over Europe and represents artistry from multiple centuries. The Nationalmuseum has delivered this dataset to Europeana with IIIF resources included, providing a rich viewing experience and many options for reuse in research.